It’s the kind of COVID-19 surge that doesn’t pack a gut punch. Biking is back as suburbanites find their best escape is on two wheels.
On paper, Vegas has a big edge on the Blackhawks, but someone might have once said they don’t play the games on paper.
New cases of COVID-19 increased by 1,319 Monday and one person died of the respiratory disease, the Illinois Department of Public Health said.
Hundreds of looters descended on downtown Chicago early Monday following a police shooting on the city’s South Side, with vandals smashing the windows of dozens of businesses and making off with merchandise, cash machines and anything else they could carry, police said.
Wind gusts of 80 mph and quarter size hail have been reported with the storms.
Kitchen tables and family dens will serve as desks and classrooms as many suburban districts begin the school year remotely starting this week with Chromebooks and iPads bridging the divide between students and teachers.
This odd NHL postseason will become even more so when Corey Crawford faces off against Robin Lehner.
Surrounded by a large group of friends and family in front of the South Elgin police station, Fiona Galvin held a rally Saturday for her missing daughter, Kianna Galvin, who disappeared four years ago.
A suburban man whose heart was damaged by a virus years ago warns others to take the coronavirus seriously. “The sheer terror of knowing I was not breathing on my own still haunts me,” Steven Urizar writes.
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Sunday that 1,382 additional COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the state and eight more people have died from the coronavirus.
Harvest Bible Chapel has fired two workers and suspended two others over hazing accusations involving campers at its Camp Harvest in Michigan.
Northern Illinois athletic director Sean Frazier spoke passionately Saturday about the Mid-American Conference’s decision to postpone all fall sports. Frazier’s family has felt the effects of COVID-19
To say the Blackhawks’ Jonathan Toews is a “big-stage guy” is to have no understanding of who he is as a hockey player.
As new cases of COVID-19 surge, hitting 2,084 Friday, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced tougher measures to enforce face coverings and group size limits and to fine businesses and schools that don’t comply up to $2,500.
The Illinois Department of Health Saturday announced 2,190 additional COVID-19 cases and 18 more deaths in the state.
A banner quoting a Bible verse followed by “Black Lives Matter” in front of an Arlington Heights church was damaged twice in the past week — the most recent in a spate of race-based vandalism in town since May.
The Illinois High School Association Friday released specific guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic for fall sports.
The death of a Glenview-area teen this week has been officially ruled a homicide, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.Elias Valdez, 15, who was a rising sophomore at Glenbrook South High School, was found Wednesday evening, lying in a grassy area on the 1200…
Friday’s Cubs-Cardinals game in St. Louis is postponed after another Cardinals player reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, according to multiple reports.
New cases of COVID-19 hit 2,084 Friday and additional deaths were 21 as Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced tougher measures to enforce face coverings and gathering sizes and to fine businesses and schools that don’t comply by up to $2,500. The Illinois Department of Public Health is…